Doctor Strange: A Magical Movie?

Doctor Strange: A Magical Movie?

Sabrina Randolph, Reporter

Comic book and video game fans will appreciate this new movie, “Doctor Strange,” inspired from the classic Marvel comic books. Doctor Steven Strange, the man played by award-winning Benedict Cumberbatch, is a madly creative neurosurgeon looking for challenge. That is, until he gets into a devastating car accident that sends him off a cliff and into a lake. This man, now hadicapped and unable to move his hands well, is breaking apart piece by piece.

I saw it the day it came out in Woodland Park, Colorado. I thought it was really well directed. It is truly about science and philosophy. The temporal anomalies and the theories of third, fourth and multidimensional transport come to life right before my eyes.

Cumberbatch wasn’t the only one who acted well in this wonderful movie, but also Scott Derrickson, Tilda Swinton, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mads Mikkelsen and Benedict Wong. These people truly did their job to the best of their ability. The film crew had fun, too, as they experienced spectacular filming locations. They started in Kathmandu, Nepal, and traveled all the way back to Shepperton Studios in London, England.

Comedy was used well within the movie. Action, adventure, science and so much more is packed into just an hour and fifty-five minutes. It seems that the directors had to use magic to create this thrilling movie.